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Rules and Regulations

We enforce these rules to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all of our guests.

We are a pet friendly campground.

  1. No loud radios or music at any time.

  2. Quiet hours are from 11:00PM - 7:00AM

  3. No cutting of any trees or branches. ($500.00 fine)

  4. Keep dogs under control and on a leash at all times.

  5. Please clean up after your animals.

  6. Keep all alcohol at your own campsite.

  7. No Keg Beer.

  8. Absolutely NO drinking games (Pong, flip cup, card games, etc...)

  9. Golf carts are NOT permitted on the campground (other than our maintenance crew). Exceptions to this rule are for handicap or special needs only and must be pre-approved before arrival. 

  10. No ATV/ Four wheelers are permitted. Street legal motorcycles are allowed to enter and exit the campground, but please do not continuously drive them around the grounds or disturb other campers.

  11. Do not discharge any firearms in the campground. (This includes BB Guns and Paintball Guns)

  12. Keep your campsite/cabin areas clean of all trash and debris.

  13. All guests/ visitors must register themselves and their cars at the office.

  14. No more than two vehicles parked at a campsite/cabin.

  15. Keep fired under control and in the fire ring, no cooking or open flames in the cabins.

  16. Check out is promptly at 12 noon or before. Additional charges will be added to those not checked out at the proper time.


The Jim Thorpe Camping Resort is a family campground and the rules are set to ensure that all campers have an enjoyable camping experience.

If any of these rules or regulations are not followed your party will be asked to leave the property.

We retain the right to evict without prior notice anyone who, in our opinion, is creating a disturbance or being a nuisance.

A special reminder:

Please be advised that there is wildlife here at the campground. This includes, but is not limited to: Black Bears, squirrels, chipmunks, raccoons, and skunks. Please keep all of your food in coolers inside of your RV, Trailer, 5th-Wheel, car, or truck. Do not leave your food out or it will be eaten. Though all wild animals are beautiful, they are still wild animals so please do not approach them. We do not take any responsibility for any lost/ destroyed coolers, and/or eaten food.

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